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栏目简介:;Shanghai Live; focuses on big events in the city and major issues around the world, and presents them in a practical and audience-friendly manner to meet the ever-evolving needs of Shanghai#39;s English-speaking viewers,both local and expatriate.《直播上海英语电台》集中报道城市大事件以及全球热点话题,并以观众喜闻乐见的方式呈现给大家,从而满足上海本地以及上海海外人士的英语需求。 Article/201505/374492TED演讲者们对这个世界各抒己见。 Article/201505/373018

He just heard a lot of people making a lot of promises许多人跟他承诺了许多事and telling him, #39;lt#39;s no big deal. #39;跟他说 没什么大不了的like, #39;Pay them the money, it#39;s like a quarter to you. #39;付钱就是了 对你来说不过是点小钱The reason they did it was because Michael was out on tour,原因是因为迈克尔当时正在巡回they had accused him of this terrible thing,他们又作出这种指控and they didn#39;t want to stop the tour, so they just paid it off.他们不想终止巡回 所以才决定和解lt was too late. He got some of the worst advice, probably, in the music business.但太迟了 最糟的建议 恐怕是来自音乐界l interviewed Michael right after he made the settlement,我在和解不久后访谈迈克尔and l asked him, #39;Why did you do it?我问他 你为什么这么做?#39;Don#39;t you realise that你难道不明白from this moment on, people are going to believe you were guilty? #39;现在所有人都会认为你有罪吗?And Michael said he didn#39;t care.迈克尔说他不在乎He said, ;lt#39;s my life, it#39;s my career, it#39;s my choice.;他说 这是我的人生 我的事业 我的选择l discussed it with him many years later and he did regret the settlement.多年后我们再聊起这事时 他坦承很后悔当初庭外和解lt was one thing in the moment, you know, when you#39;re in pain当下很痛苦的时候and you#39;re making a decision based on the pain of the moment,这痛苦影响了你所作出的决定it#39;s another thing when years go by and you look back on it and you think,但多年后再回想起来 就会觉得#39;Why did l do that? #39;当初怎会这么做?And it wasn#39;t about the million, that meant nothing to him.重点不在那一千七百万 他根本不在乎那钱lt was paid out in an instalment plan, like he was buying a refrigerator.还是分期付的 就像买冰箱一样lt really meant nothing to him.他真的不在乎那个lt was just the fact that people believed he settled because he was guilty而是大众认为他庭外和解 是因为作贼心虚that really pissed him off.这点令他很愤怒 Article/201510/404019

  You#39;re not supposed to be here. You#39;re not supposed to get out of your neighborhood. You#39;re not supposed to believe you can do it.你不应该出现在这里。你不应该离开你生活的地方。你不应该相信你做得到。Yeah, you were told you were gonna be one of the greats. They told so many others the same thing.是啊,他们告诉你你会成为传奇之一。他们跟很多人说一样的话。You#39;re not supposed to be here. You#39;re not supposed to pass the ball so much, or play like a giant, no matter what.你不应该出现在这里。你不应该那么常传球,或像个巨人般打球,不管怎样都是。You#39;re not supposed to be here. You#39;re not supposed to play 40 minutes, and make up 40 feet, and make a defensive play—a defining moment in your career.你不应该出现在这里。你不应该上场四十分钟,不应该追上四十尺的距离,然后做出防守--你生涯中决定性的一刻。You#39;re not even supposed to be here. And yet, here you are.你根本不该出现在这。然而,你站在这。 Article/201701/489808

  Right. It is now 10.30 at night好的 现在是晚上10:30and I am hungry.我肚子很饿It has been, oh,25个小时前just about 25 hours since I last ate a meal我吃了最后一顿饭and the prospect of going to bed我将饿着肚子上床while hungry is not a great one.这可不怎么令人愉快I think it#39;s getting to me,我觉得它开始产生影响了because last night I had a dream因为昨晚我做了个梦and I dreamt I ate a sandwich梦到自己吃了个三明治and then I felt fantastically guilty.然后感到巨大的罪恶感So vivid, I had a look round to see那场景太生动了 我醒来后还四处查看if there were any crumbs in the bed, but there weren#39;t.床上是否有面包屑 不过并没有I guess time to go to work.是时候去工作了Simple dietary intervention简单的饮食干预can really change how the human body works.就能轻易地真正改变人体的基本运作方式It puts you in a higher risk category.你得癌症的风险略高Just as Valter warned me, the first day was tough.正如费尔特所警告的 第一天十分难熬Not really because I was that hungry,倒不是因为我有多么饥饿but simply because I had never done anything like this before.只因为这是一件我从未尝试过的事It was fear of the unknown.这是对未知的恐惧重点解释:1.fear of 害怕, 担忧例句:The nurse walked on tiptoe for fear of waking the patient.护士踮着脚走,生怕吵醒病人。2.look round 环顾例句:Let#39;s take a look round the exhibition.咱们看看展览吧。 Article/201510/404321。

  栏目介绍:搞笑英语轻松学通过不同的搞笑生活片段来学习日常口语,领域涉及生活的各个方面,让我们边看视频边学英语。正宗地道的口语,假一罚十。美剧电影真人秀都看过了之后还能看什么学口语呢?当然是看这些双语视频啦!又好玩,又原汁原味,又顺便学一两句地道英语,多痛快!快来看看吧! Article/201510/402489

  With it#39;s stimulating effects,it#39;s easy to undersand.why coffee is the second most traded commodity on Earth after oil.For many,it keeps us awake and moving through our busy days.咖啡的刺激效果使我们容易理解,为何咖啡是仅次于油的世界第二大交易商品。它有助于保持清醒,帮我们挺过忙碌的日子。But how does it work?What exactly does coffee do to your brain?Whenever you#39;re awake,a chemical called adenosine slowly accumulates in your brain.And this adenosine binds to receptors which slow down brain activity-ultimately,the more adenosine there is,the more tired your brain feels.Which makes sense,as the longer you#39;re awake,the more fatigued you become.不过 它是怎么做到的?咖啡对大脑做了什么?当你清醒时,腺甘酸会在大脑内部逐渐积聚。腺甘酸会与减缓脑部活动的受体结合,最终,腺甘酸越多,你的大脑越累。这也有它的道理 清醒的时间越长 你也会越疲惫。Conversely,while you sleep,the concentration of adenosine declines,gradually promoting wakefulness.But it turns out that the caffeine in your coffee is incredibly similar to adenosine in structure.The caffeine works it#39;s way through your blookstream and into the brain.where it starts to compete and binds with adenosine receptors.相反,当你睡眠时,腺甘酸的浓度下降,逐渐使你清醒。不过,咖啡中的咖啡因在结构上和腺甘酸很相似。咖啡因随着血液流动,进入大脑,它在此参与竞争 与腺甘酸受体结合。But because it#39;s not adenosine,the;sleepiness; effect isn#39;t felt.Adenosine can no longer bind,meaning it#39;s calming properties are diminished.Which is great for you when you#39;re feeling tired!However,with long term use of caffeine,your brain responds by creating more adenosine receptors-which means more caffeine is required to elicit the same response.由于它本非腺甘酸,因此人不会有倦意。腺甘酸不再被结合,其镇定作用就会减弱。当你感觉疲惫时,这正合你意!但是 长期使用咖啡以后,你的大脑会因而产生更多的腺甘酸受体.It also means that when you try to quit drinking coffee or miss your daily intake.you might experience some with drawal symptoms and feel more tired than you would have before you ever drank coffee!But the caffeine doesn#39;t stop there!It also stimulates the production of adrenaline-you know,the Fight or Flight hormone?This increases your heart rate,gets your blood pumping and even opens up your airways.这也说明,当你想戒除咖啡或忘记喝时,就可能会经历某些断瘾症状,感觉比未开始喝咖啡前疲倦的多,不过,咖啡因的作用不止于此!它也会促进肾上腺素分泌,对,就是“或打或逃”的荷尔蒙?它可导致心跳加速,血流加快,甚至使导气管扩张。Furthermore,it affects Dopamine levels by preventing its reabsorption in the brain.which makes you feel happy!In fact this is the exact same thing that cocaine does,just to a lesser degree,it#39;s a drug,after all!This dopamine stimulation is also the aspect of coffee that makes it moderately addictive.此外,它也会通过阻止大脑重吸收多巴胺来影响其水平,使你更欢脱!其实 咖啡因也起着同样的作用,只是程度较轻。毕竟,它还是药物!多巴胺刺激也使咖啡具有一定的成瘾性。So can you drink too much coffee? It turns out there is a lethal dose of caffeine which is somewhere around 150mg of caffeine per kilogram of your body.This means if you weigh 70kg you would require 14,000mg of caffeine to overdose.Put into perspective an average cup of coffee contains roughly 150mg of caffeine.meaning if you are 70kg,approximately 70 cups of coffee would kill you.However,you#39;d have to drink those cups all at once. making it effectively impossible to overdose on caffeine from coffee.since you wouldn#39;t be able to physically fit that much in your stomach.那么,喝咖啡可能过量吗?其实,咖啡因存在致死剂量,大约为每千克体重150毫克咖啡因。也就是说 如果你体重70千克 则需要14克咖啡因才会过量。形象点说,平均每杯咖啡含量有150毫克咖啡因。若你的体重为70千克 喝下70杯咖啡会致死。但是,你得一次喝下这么多咖啡,单单喝咖啡导致咖啡因过量几乎不可能,因为你根本无法将这么多东西装进胃里。You#39;d also start experiencing mania and hallucinations before getting to this point.Caffeine also has a halflife of around 6 hours-so if you drank a standard coffee with around 150mg of caffeine,after about 6 hours there will only be 75mg left in your system and you#39;ll be feeling half of he effect.在过量前 你也会出现狂躁和幻觉。咖啡的半排出期约为6小时,所以若你喝下的咖啡含有150毫克咖啡因,约6小时后 你的体内只剩下75毫克咖啡因,你感受到的效果也会减半。And 6 hours after that,you#39;ll have 37.5mg-Leaving more room for adenosine to jump back into action.Which is why you may reach for another cup throughout the day to maintain that glorious,alert and energetic feeling.再过6小时 体内就仅有37.5毫克,使得腺甘酸有机可乘。这就是为何一天内,你一杯接着一杯地喝。才能保持光 警觉 精力十足。So drink up!And enjoy the buzz while it lasts:)那么喝杯咖啡吧!在作用尚存时好好享受 Article/201501/352459栏目简介:;Shanghai Live; focuses on big events in the city and major issues around the world, and presents them in a practical and audience-friendly manner to meet the ever-evolving needs of Shanghai#39;s English-speaking viewers,both local and expatriate.《直播上海英语电台》集中报道城市大事件以及全球热点话题,并以观众喜闻乐见的方式呈现给大家,从而满足上海本地以及上海海外人士的英语需求。 Article/201506/379218

  栏目简介:《英语学习入门视频》是英语视频听力下面的子栏目,栏目内容适合刚刚接触英语学习不久的童鞋学习。视频内容比较简单易懂,是入门英语知识的基础,有助于帮助英语学习爱好者逐步掌握基本的英语知识。 Article/201509/399239who has a worse when it comes to pain?生孩子和蛋疼那个更痛?In the battle of the sexes we are fiercely divided,who has a worse when it comes to pain?在两性间的争论中,我们兵分两派,当疼痛来到时谁的痛更痛。On the one hand women are left with the task of fitting a watermelon sized object through a coin sized hole. On the other hand, males protest that even the slightest nick of their family jewels can leave them incapacitated.从一方面说,女性要完成艰巨的任务,将一个西瓜大学的东西从硬币大小的孔排出来。另一方面,在蛋蛋上轻轻一划就能让他们痛不欲生。So which hurts more, childbirth or getting kicked in the balls?那么,哪个更痛呢?产子更痛还是蛋疼?Before we begin there is a rumor that is circulating the internet claiming that the human body can take up to 45 del units of pain and yet a mother feels up to 57 del of pain during childbirth, which is apparently equivalent to 20 bones being fractured at once.在我们开始讨论之前,先说说网络上流行的一则谣言,称人体可以忍受的最大疼痛度为45del,而母亲在生孩子时要承受最高可达57del的痛感,这种疼痛和20根骨头同时折断带来的痛感相当。The claim then goes on to suggest that being kicked in the balls brings more than 9000 del of pain. Now apart from the absurd logic that both of these events can surpass the alleged human limit it, actually uses a unit of pain, the del, which doesn#39;t even exist.谣言又称,男性被踢中蛋蛋时感受到熬的疼痛更剧烈,痛感超过90del。暂且先不提这些背后荒谬的逻辑,这些事居然能超过人体疼痛的极限,另外它也使用了一个疼痛的单位del,而这些东西压根不存在。There is a unit of pain once devised called the dol, from the latin word for pain ;dolor; but we will discuss this later.层有人提出过一个疼痛单位,名为dol,它源于拉丁语中表示疼痛的词dolor,但我们之后再细说。To really evaluate this question we first need to understand what pain is, which isn#39;t an easy task.为了搞清楚这个问题,我们先要理解疼痛是什么,这个活不简单。There is actually a group of specialized nerve cells in your body called nociceptors that react to pain.实际上你身体中有一群特化的神经细胞,名为“痛觉感受器”,他们对疼痛做出反应。Unlike other nerves which ily fire in response to normal touch or temperature, nociceptors will only fire once a certain pain threshold has been passed.与其他的细胞对触摸或温度变化做出简单反馈,产生冲动不同的是痛觉感受器尽在一特定疼痛超出忍受范围时才残生冲动。Some of these nociceptors respond quickly sending signals to the spinal cord and brain which produce sharp and sudden pain, allowing you to react quickly while others transmit more slowly and are responsible for the prolonged dull ache you feel.其中一些痛觉感受器反馈速度较快,将信号传递到脊髓和大脑他们产生剧烈和突然的特通,让你迅速做出反应,另一些传递得相对较慢,他们负责哪些你所搞到的长时间的隐约的痛。For males, testicles are internal organs that have migrated out of the body cavity which we explain in a previous you can check out here.对于男性而言,睾丸是一个迁到体腔外的内部器官,这一点我们已经在先前的视频中解释过了。And well some internal organs such as the liver feel no pain, others like the testicles are covered with many nociceptors making them extremely sensitive.一些内部器官,如肝脏不会感受到疼痛,另一些如睾丸等器官表明盖满了痛觉感受器,这使他们尤其的敏感。Afterall their well-being is of the utmost importance.无论如何,他们的健在对男性至关重要。Furthermore the testicles are attached to many nerves in the stomach as well as the vagus is nerve which is directly connected to the brains vomit center, and this is why when hit the pain sps throughout the abdomen.另外,睾丸和很多尾部的神经相连接,以及许多迷走神经,他们直接和大脑的呕吐中枢相连,这就是为何蛋空空的疼时,痛觉会蔓延到整个腹部。The fact that testicles have minimal protection only strengthens the accompanying symptoms of nausea, increased blood pressure, heart rate and sweating.蛋蛋上几乎没有防护的事实只会加强了,伴随症状,如恶心、血压升高、心跳加速和流汗。But not so fast gentlemen, even though childbirth may not be facing a direct blow to any internal organs, the mechanical distension of the uterine area also triggers nociceptors and causes the same kind of visceral pain.但是先生们别急,即便分娩也许不会对内脏造成直接的打击,但是子宫部位的机械膨胀也出发了痛觉感受器,造成了相同类型的内脏痛。Also consider that throughout evolution female human hips have become smaller while babies heads have become larger. And not to mention labor lasts 8 hours on average with a mixture of nausea, fatigue and pain.再考虑到女性在整个进化过程中臀部变得更小,但婴儿的头部变得更大,更别提那平均持续八小时的恶心、疲劳和痛苦并存的苦力活了,分娩了。On top of it all, tension and stretching of muscle and tissue increase as labour intensifies creating sharp and localized pain.最重要的是,随着分娩加剧造成刺痛与局部疼痛,肌肉与组织的绷紧与拉伸也会增强。Okay, so both obviously hurt and have a lot of mechanical stimulation sending signals to the pain centers of the brain.好了,所以两者都明显很痛,都传送了许多机械刺激信号给大脑里的痛觉中枢。But this is where it gets tricky, because the pain isn#39;t simply a physical response but rather a partially perceptive or subjective experience.但这就是这个问题很棘手的地方,因为痛觉不单是一个物理反应,而是一个部分感知的或者是主观的体验。This means that every single individual perceives pain in a slightly different way. And not only between individuals but depending on your mood, alertness or even previous experience pain may affect you differently.这意味着每个人感知到的痛苦都有细微的差别,不仅是人与人之间感知到的痛苦会有不同、心情、警觉度,甚至之前的经历,都会相异的影响你对痛苦的感受。It#39;s for this reason that so many attempts to objectively measure pain have failed including the dol system which we mentioned earlier.正因如此,许多从客观上量度痛苦的尝试失败了,包括我们之前提到的dol系统。Interestingly nearly 80% of upper limb amputees experience a phenomenon known as ;phantom limb pain;.有趣的是,接近80%的上肢截肢者体验过所谓“幻肢痛”的现象。That is they feel pain in a limb that is no longer there. And while little is understood about the mechanism for the pain, it is clear that there is no particular input to trigger the response and yet they still feel a very real pain.也就是说他们感受到了不再存在的肢体的疼痛,尽管我们对疼痛的机制知之甚少,很明显即便没有特定的刺激,他们仍然能感到真切的疼痛。As such pain is not a stimulus it is an experience that is different for everybody. Suffice to say both instances of childbirth and getting hit in the balls can hurt alot.这种疼痛并非刺激,而是一种体验,对于每一个人来说并非相同,老实说,这两种情况,包括生孩子,和蛋蛋中标了的确都很痛。So we call this one at tie, apart from the fact that the experiences are completely different and there is so many variables to consider.因此我们称二者平手,尽管这种体验,完全不同并且要考虑的变量是在太多。In some instances a man could experience more pain than his female counterpart and vice versa.在一些情况下男性能感受到的痛比女性更痛,反之亦然。The main difference being one results in a newborn baby, while the other potentially results in a decreased the chance of having one.其中的区别是一种诞生了一个新生儿,另一种冥冥中降低了前面一种状况的可能性。 Article/201412/351287


  Presidents Barack Obama and Vladimir Putin are to meet for the first time in two years during this week’s 70th session of ed Nations General Assembly.在本周联合国成立七十周年峰会上,奥巴马和普京进行了两年来的首次会面。It’s expected the two leaders will discuss the Syria conflict and Russia’s military buildup in the war torn country.两国领导人有望共同探讨叙利亚冲突,以及俄罗斯在这个备受战争蹂躏国家的军事建设。On Sunday Obama called on wealthy nations to act to help refugees.周日,奥巴马呼吁富裕国家采取行动来帮助难民。“Today some 60,000,000 men, women and children have been forced from their homes, many by conflicts in the Middle East and Africa,And those countries that can must do more to accommodate refugees but our efforts must be matched by the hard work of diplomacy and reconciliation to end conflicts that so often tear societies apart.”“今天约有六千万男子、妇女和儿童被迫离开家园,许多是因中东和非洲国家的冲突,那些国家应采取更多措施容纳难民,但我们的努力必须匹配外交与和解工作,以结束分裂社会的冲突。”Ahead of today’s meeting, in a recorded interview with US networks Vladimir Putin said Syria’s president deserved international support.今天会议之前,在一个美国网络采访纪录中,普京表示叙利亚总统应当得到国际社会的持。“There is only one legitimate army in Syria and it’s the army of President Bashar al-Assad. In my view, providing military support to illegitimate structures is not in keeping with the principles of modern international law or with the ed Nations charter. We (Russia) support only legal and governmental structures.”“在叙利亚只有一个合法的军队,就是巴沙尔·阿萨德总统的军队。在我看来,为不合法的组织提供军事持是不符合现代国际法或联合国宪章。我们(俄罗斯)只持具有合法和政府的组织。”President Putin is scheduled to address the ed Nations General Assembly today for the first time in a decade.普京总统计划今天在联合国大会上发表讲话,这是十年来的首次。译文属。 /201509/401427。

  进行了炫目的Photosynth演示,这个软件可以改变我们观看数码图像的方式。使用从网上挑出的静态照片 , Photosynth创建了叹为观止的梦幻景象,并且可以穿梭其中。 Article/201508/393280

  The death of Joanne Rowling#39;s mother was to have a profound effect on her writing.乔安妮·罗琳母亲的去世对她的写作产生了深远影响。In many ways, the whole of Harry Potter is one giant attempt to reclaim a childhood.从许多方面来说,哈利·波特整个系列就是一次试图重述童年的尝试。;You think the dead we have loved ever truly leave us?“你觉得我们所爱的逝者真的离开我们了吗?”You think that we don#39;t recall them more clearly then ever in times of great trouble?;“你觉得困厄之时我们对他们的想念不会愈发清晰吗?”I#39;d been writing for six months before she died.在她辞世前,我已经写作了六个月。The weird thing is the essential plot didn#39;t change after my mother died.奇怪的是,关键情节在我母亲去世后没有改动。But everything deepened and darkened.但一切都深重而黯淡了起来。Harry was always going to lose his parents.哈利一直在失去他的亲人。And it was always going to be a quest, really to avenge them, but to avenge everyone against this creature this being who believes that he can make himself immortal by killing other people.故事总会走向一种追寻,去为他们复仇,去为对抗魔头的每个人复仇,那个魔头相信通过杀人而能成就自己的永生。So that#39;s something I created before she died but, yes, it seeped into every part of the books.这就是在她去世之前我的构思,是的,这种想法渗透到了书中的每个部分。I think, in retrospect, now I#39;ve finished, I see just how much it informed everything.现在我已经写完了,回想起来我看到这个想法预设了一切。Was she the first person you saw dead? No.她是第一个你眼见去世的人吗?不是。Because I didn#39;t see her dead.因为我没有看着她去世。Which was in difference to my father#39;s wishes.这有违我父亲的意愿。I wanted to see her and he didn#39;t want me to see her and I, mistakenly, as I look back I agreed not too.我想见她最后一面,但他不想让我去,现在想来当时是错的,我当时没有去。And I really, deeply regret that. I really, really, really wish I#39;d seen her.我真的太后悔当时没去了。我真的真的希望见她最后一面。It didn#39;t matter what she looked like. I would have make it easier.不管她当时看上去怎么样,我现在都会好过一点。Because I do believe that the truth which is another theme in the books and certainly stems from my own past.因为我相信真相。这也是书中的另外一个主题,当然也根植于我的过去。I think that the truth is always easier than a lie or an evasion.我相信真相总是比谎言和逃避来得更容易。Easier to deal with. And easier to live with.真相更容易应对。真相更容易让我接受。 Article/201510/406180

  In Russia, they form a dynasty of princes.在俄国 他们建立了诸侯王朝In France, they#39;re known as #39;Norsemen#39;and rule Normandy.在法国 人们称他们北欧人 并且统治了诺曼底The most famous of them, William the Conqueror,他们中最出名的是征者威廉Invades Britain and becomes king of England.他入侵英国 然后成为英格兰的王As rulers of Christian Europe,作为统治欧洲基督徒的维京人们The Vikings will be on the frontline In a clash of civilizations, the Crusades.将会来到历史舞台的前线 在文化冲突中 他们就是十字军As the Vikings help lift Europe from its Dark Age,维京人带领欧洲度过黑暗时代Other explorers create an entirely new civilization...其他的冒险者则在太平洋的某个岛屿上on an island in the Pacific Ocean.创建了全新的文化Mankind is ever restless.人类永无休止The urge to create,indeed the urge to glorify,创造的动力 可谓是来源于荣耀no matter where we are in the world,不管我们身在何方no matter what our resources are,无论我们手中有什么样的资源no matter even what tools are available,甚至不管我们掌握怎样的工具that urge is universal.那种动力和渴望都是普遍存在的Living in total isolation,这些与世隔绝的人们These people will build some of the most iconic statues In the world.可以建造出世界上叹为观止的雕像群 Article/201511/410133

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